Joe Tevlin's Scholarship Will Take Him To Nu, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Joe Tevlin's Scholarship Will Take Him To Nu
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Wednesday, August 5, 2015
Congratulations to catcher Joe Tevlin and his family on Joe's recent commitment to Niagara University (MAAC Conference). Joe joined the Terriers three years ago and has also been working out at The Baseball Zone since he was eleven. His hard work and determination has lead him to this tremendous opportunity and an NCAA D1 scholarship with the NU Purple Eagles. Niagara University is located in the town of Lewiston in Niagara County NY.

The 160- acre campus runs along the top of picturesque Monteagle Ridge overlooking the Niagara River gorge. Since it's founding NU has retained a tradition of emphasizing both liberal and useful arts and sciences. It offers more than 50 degree programs through its four academic divisions. They include the colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business, Education and Hospitality and Tourism Management. Joe has exc‎ellent blocking and receiving skills. He negates the opponents running game with his accuracy and arm strength and also does a great job managing the game from behind the plate. He also possesses leadership skills beyond his years. Joe's baseball abilities are not limited to defense alone however. ‎As a hitter he has above average plate coverage, hits the ball with authority to both gaps and also provides power in the heart of the Terriers lineup. Over the past year, besides his Terriers duties, Joe has competed at the Arizona Fall Classic and the JR Sunbelt in Oklahoma where he was a standout. Joe is undecided at this point on what he will be studying at Niagara however he has an interest in both Pre-Med and Business. Continued success Joe!
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